About Us

 

Supreme Court of the Union

 

Policies

        (a)    To administer justice independently according to law;

        (b)    To dispense justice in open court unless otherwise prohibited by laws;

        (c)    To obtain the right of defence and the right of appeal in cases according to

                 law;

        (d)    To support in bulding of rule of law and regional peace and tranquility by

                 protecting and safeguarding the interests of the people;

        (e)    To educate the people to understand and abide by the law and nurture the

                 habit of abiding by the law by the people;

        (f)     To cause to compound and complete the cases within the framework of law

                 for the settlement of cases among the public;

        (g)    To aim at reforming moral character in meting out punishment to offender.

 

Aims

        (a)    To emerge the rule of law and regional peace and tranquility;

        (b)    To emerge the reliable judicial system that the people trust in;

        (c)    To adjudicate fairly and speedily according to law;

        (d)    To upgrade integrity of the Court.

 

Action Plan

        (a)    To nurture and train all the judges systematically so as to be endowed with

                 morals, integrity and wisdom;

        (b)    To implement judicial functions and judicial related matters efficiently and

                 speedily by utilizing information technology;

        (c)    To modify court infrastructure in line with international standard;

        (d)    To build housing for judicial officers and court staff by providing priority of

                 their social welfare.

 

strategic Plan

        Judiciary Strategic Plan (2015-2017)

 

 

 

News

Nay Pyi Taw, June 16

    The Ceremony for the Signing of the Memorandum of Understanding on Judicial Cooperation between the Supreme Court of the Union and the Federal Court of Australia was held in Kempinski Hotel, Nay Pyi

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Nay Pyi Taw, 10 June 2016

The Supreme Court of the Union today issues a publication of the Myanmar Judiciary (2011-2015) with Report on Implementation of Year One Strategic Action Plan.

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Nay Pyi Taw, 6 June 2016
   Chief Justice of the Union U Htun Htun Oo received Ms. Indranee Rajah, S.C, Senior Minister of State for Law, the Republic of Singapore and her delegation at 14း30 in the Meeting Hall of the Supreme Court of the

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Nay Pyi Taw; March 18

 

Ceremony for Signing of the Minutes of Meeting for the Extension of Project for Capacity Development of the Legal, Judicial and Relevant Sectors in Myanmar between the Office of

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Nay Pyi Taw, 17 March 2016

Chief Justice of the Union U Htun Htun Oo received Rt. Hon Lord Patrick Hodge, Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and his delegation at 9:30 in the Meeting Hall of the Supreme Court of the Union.

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